Dorset News headlines - Page 116
Police in Dorchester are investigating reports of drones being used inappropriately around the county town.
The public toilets on Weymouth Esplanade will be closed at the end of October to allow the council to sell the building.
Outstanding staff and volunteers who go the extra mile to help patients have been honoured at a local healthcare 'Oscars' event.
An injured sailor has been rescued from a broken down vessel off the coast of Portland.
Woods Furniture in Dorchester welcomed hundreds of people during a 3 day launch event to mark the opening of their new interactive showroom.
Dorset's Police and Crime Commission is attacking the Home Office for a lack of action in reviewing security at small ports.
Members of Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Authority have agreed to urge local education and environmental leaders to continue with school sprinkler installations, against proposed new Government advice.
The 99,500 ton MS Koningsdam carries 2,650 passengers and is the newest addition to Holland America's fleet.
A summer working for the National Trust at Studland Bay inspired Bournemouth University student Jess Bone to come up with a novel way of encouraging visitors to clear up after themselves.
Rob Belbin, from Puddletown, plans to mountain bike from Lhasa in Tibet to Kathmandu in Nepal via Everest Base Camp, raising funds for the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS).